Coral Davenport

Energy and Environment Policy Reporter, The New York Times

Coral Davenport covers energy and climate change policy at The New York Times. She previously covered energy and the environment for National Journal, Politico, and Congressional Quarterly. In 2010, Davenport was a fellow with the Metcalf Institute for Marine and Environmental Reporting. From 2001 to 2004, she worked in Athens, Greece as a correspondent for numerous publications, covered the 2004 Athens Olympics, and contributed travel writing and restaurant reviews to Conde Nast Traveler and Fodor’s, Time Out, and Eyewitness guidebook series. Davenport started her career at the Daily Hampshire Gazette in Northampton, Massachusetts.

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Today’s North American energy headlines — about the shale revolution, the next generation of transport fuels, the... See more
The carbon pollution problem plagues us with more questions than answers, and those questions often lead to doubts,... See more
Though serious impacts are being felt on every continent, we still have a chance to take the bold action needed to turn... See more